SEOUL, South Korea – South Korea’s army says it has conducted its largest-ever artillery drills near the tense border with North Korea.
The army says 300 artillery systems deployed by dozens of military units along the border began firing shells at the same time on Thursday afternoon.
It says North Korea’s military hasn’t shown any signs of unusual activities in response.
There were no reports of injuries in last year’s artillery firing. Seoul said North Korea fired first, but Pyongyang denied firing.
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